Family mourns toddler who died in hot auto in Delray Beach

Florida Child Dies In Hot Car Police Believe Death Was An 'Accident', Baby Boy Would Have Turned 2 Month

Florida Child Dies In Hot Car Police Believe Death Was An 'Accident', Baby Boy Would Have Turned 2 Month

Carly Saint Saveur, the boy's uncle, said it is tragic and doesn't know how something like this could have happened.

According to Delray Beach Police, the child was playing with friends when he somehow ended up inside the sweltering vehicle, Saturday.

A Delray Beach, Florida, toddler died Saturday after allegedly being left in a hot vehicle for hours, as reported by Sun Sentinel.

Family say the devastated dad has been hit very hard by the tragedy.

Khayden was then rushed to Bethesda Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later.

The child's uncle, Carly Saint Saveur, claimed the auto was parked in the driveway with a dead battery.

A police spokeswoman told the newspaper that it wasn't clear how the child got into the vehicle. 'I'm scared for him'.

The temperature in Delray Beach on Saturday reached a daytime high of 90 degrees.

The Sun Sentinel reported the auto belonged to Khayden's father, Action Saint Sauveur, and that it was parked in the driveway with a dead battery.

Police said that the inside of a vehicle parked outside in those conditions could climb to 150 degrees within a few minutes.

Despite an ongoing investigation, Moschella said the incident appears to be an accident. He described the child as being full of energy and said his parents treated the toddler well.

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